Projecting the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Depth at Second Base
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Projecting the Pittsburgh Pirates‘ depth chart at second base isn’t too much of a challenge for the 2014 season. Why, you ask? Well, there’s been no appreciable change from the 2013 season. You have the familiar names of Neil Walker, […]

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Cincinnati Reds Johnny Cueto

In his first opportunity against the team that, quite frankly, embarrassed him in the 2013 Wild Card game, Johnny Cueto seized his chance. He made the Pittsburgh Pirates look like fools on Wednesday. Even though the Reds’ right-hander pitched one […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Pedro Alvarez

If you have followed the Pittsburgh Pirates for the past few seasons, you have probably noticed that third baseman Pedro Alvarez can be streaky. When Alvarez is seeing the ball well, he is a lot of fun to watch. When […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Tony Sanchez

He is one of the most likable people in the Pittsburgh Pirates‘ organization, and Tony Sanchez is now becoming likable on the baseball field. He has always been a fun follow on Twitter, but he has always been viewed by […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Clint Hurdle Neal Huntington

Coming off of a great 2013 campaign in which the Pittsburgh Pirates won 94 games and made it to the NLDS, the team has decided to extend the contracts of general manager Neal Huntington and manager Clint Hurdle through the […]

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PNC Park

The Pittsburgh Pirates took two of three games against the Chicago Cubs in their opening series at PNC Park this past week. That’s not a bad start to divisional play and the 2014 MLB season, but if you take a […]

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Francisco Liriano

The 2013 baseball season was a magical year for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Anyone who follows the team will admit to being completely enthralled by this group of “Battlin’ Bucs” as they not only broke the 20-year losing streak but were […]

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